The NUS Electronic Music Lab (EML) presents to you the latest results of its top-secret research carried out in underground facilities and darkened bedrooms. Sort of. The album encompasses the great diversity of music produced by EML – there’s house, ambient, chillout, techno, game music, chiptune, dubstep.
The EML is a collective that comprises of individuals who share a passion for electronic music and who wish to contribute to and raise awareness of the burgeoning electronic music scene in Singapore. It is managed by the Centre For the Arts, NUS, although its members are not limited to those in NUS.
Sound Research Vol.1 is a prelude to the upcoming EML concert on the 16th of March 2007, "Press Play". The concert is an exploration of how machines have evolved thorughout the centuries and how they may evolve into the future. Expect unconventional musical instruments like typewriters, handheld game machines and motion sensors. The music genres featured will be just as, if not more, varied as the music of Sound Research Vol.1. Tickets available at all SISTIC outlets for only S$10. Further details at this website or you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have more enquiries or just want to say hello!
01. "1989 Again" produced by Ikram Choudhury
02. "Howling Thunder" produced by Chen Tao
03. "Molten Titanium" produced by Witono Halim
04. "Afternoon Race" produced by Jeff Foo
05. "Press Play Now!" produced by Ikram Choudhury,Adrian Lo and Htun Lin Oo
06. "Rotboy" produced by DJ Topgear (Simon Petre)
07. "Berlin Electronica" produced by Rebecca Toh
08. "Timeless Eras" produced by Adrian Lo and Hsiung Lu-fang
09. "Selenium" produced by Hoon Tah Wei, Original Composer: Erik Satie
10. "In a Warrior's Heart" produced by Xueling
11. "A Lynk to the Past" produced by Ikram Choudhury
12. "Froggyfroggy (Extended)" produced by Ducky Star (Shaz)
October 30, 2009 Subject:
It's been a while since I listened to a purely electronic music. The beat changes, the rhythm and the melody of this collection is plane awesome. Can't wait for the next volume to come out. Keep it up.